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Wind Loading profile

Wind Loading profile

Wind Loading profile

(OP)
Hi All,
Does anyone know if you can output the wind loading profile (Wind Pressure vs height) from Caesar if the input was to select say EN 1991 wind loading? I just want to check on the calculations within Caesar to ensure the correct wind pressure is being applied.

RE: Wind Loading profile

(OP)
Hi All,
I got a reply from Intergraph which basically said that the Wind Loading is not reported in Caesar. My question is how can you verify the actual value of the wind loading per length of pipe or the wind pressure used by the internal workings of Caesar if it does not report on what has been used? Where is the QA and how do you assure Clients that the correct wind loading has been applied in the analysis?

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